Category Archives: Listening

On Interlistening and the Idea of Dialogue

Among the many analytical categories bequeathed by linguistics to the study of dialogue, some inadvertently conceal more than they reveal. In addition to instantiating such fictions as speaker and listener or langue and parole, these categories tend to privilege the … Continue reading

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Turning to the Pedagogy of “Listening”

“Lecturing” pedagogy puts teachers’ lecturing at the core of education. Both knowledge and norms become the “goods” waiting to be transmitted to students. This pedagogy keeps a control based axiology and mirror-based epistemology. The “listening” pedagogy puts teachers’ listening and … Continue reading

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